Creating, updating, or editing a website can be really overwhelming when you aren’t a website designer or SEO expert. But having a website that converts and is easy for customers to use is really important.
Samantha Mabe is discussing all things website related and simple quick fixes you (yes, you!) can do to make your site better today. Samantha Mabe is the creative director and designer of Lemon and the Sea. She helps service providers and coaches who are ready to launch their signature offer and need a website that matches the high-caliber work they’re doing. With her signature framework, Samantha has designed and customized websites for all different types of entrepreneurs. When she is not digging into design and strategy, Samantha loves true crime podcasts, adventures with her toddler, and trying to keep up with her Netflix queue.
Here are the main items discussed in this episode with Samantha:
- At what point in someone’s business it makes sense to create a website
- Starting a website now rather than later
- Why your website is so important for funnels and converting
- Having an online presence to help clients get to know and trust you
- Making it a positive (and easy) experience for people coming to our website
- Website pages that Samantha likes to have on websites
- 5 quick updates to make right now that will help your website convert more
A few highlights from this episode:
[7:02] – Even if they’re not sure of their niche, just putting it up is just going to help you build your SEO, it’s going to help people start to find you so that down the road you’re not starting from scratch.
[8:55] – It gives them a place that they then can decide what step they are ready for next.
[9:30] – You’ve still got to have an online home where people can learn about you, can do all of the checkout stuff. It still has to exist there. You can’t build everything else without that piece.
[14:53] – On your website, you want to make it easy for them to make a decision.
[23:37] – You can make a big difference with some of these small steps that just make it easier for your customer to figure out what you’re all about, figure if you’re the right fit, and then take action on that.
If you want to connect with Samantha or learn about her services you can find her on here website here or on social media @lemonandthesea.
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